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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 22 February 1905

J If WEATHER sday Local fair rain light Wednes to fresh bit I n tJ n W L T HE News LatestForeign Daily by and Domestic I northwest winds IV q q jam dl j I The Associated Press Pi riv wYi i vi mv I VOL VIII PENSACOLA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 22 1905 NO 45 1 FIFTY BLACKENED BRUISED AND TWISTED BODIES ARE RECOVERED 1 THE VICTIMS NUMBER 60 AWFUL SCENES IN FRONT OF MINES too Families and 300 Children Rendered Destitute GRUESOME AND HEARTRENDING DETAILS OF MOST HORRIBLE MINING DISASTER IN HISTORY OF ALABAMA ARE TOLD By Associated Press Birmingham Ala Feb 21As a result ot the most horrible mining dls sr in the history of Alabama fifty I atkened braised and twisted human ies have been recovered from the ina mines at 9 oclock tonight ai j lad out for Identification by hear I Jken mothers wives sisters and t w > > thearts 1 r IS now staled positively that ICO neu were ia the mine at the time of T Dast ExptestoB arid not the 5 ignest hope is held out to the nor i > ung loved...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 22 February 1905

> al J I 1 I i J u j 2 THE PENSACOLAJOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 22 1905 ScadforeookaJiorfMotherhoodIT a Send for Book about 66 Motherhood Are you to become a mother If so do you realize < the great amount of suffering that most women are i fel obliged to undergo the pain they have to bear If you + could do anything to relieve that pain would you not K C > do it > You are a sensible woman and of course you r l wouldthen read carefully every word f Mothers Friend ft + s Is a liniment so potent that it will greatly lessen the wt suffering of any caSe of labor no matter how diffi r t j cult With this liniment Motherhood is a beautiful a 3 dream without it a nightmare No more suffer liP ing no more needless cares but one peaceful ideal x s 0 motherhood is yours if you will but open your eyes 4 For external use safe to adminster and t wonderful in results A word to the wise t Mothers Friend All druggists sell it at 4 100 per bottle We send our book Mother hood free if y...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 22 February 1905

I 1 3 THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 22 1905 S CC Goodman Qeo Arntp rtr STANDARD GLOTHIM8 COMPANY THIESEN BUILDING REST IN SHOES For the man who works at the CiK most of the time awalk n a comfortable shoe is therest LCtded TO THE MAN I I who works awalklng most of J > time a restfuUshoe neces sary RESTFUL SHO S in biack and tan leathers made nn all the tatost lasts 350 to 5300 HATS Come in to see our new Spring ne of Hats Weve skapos that I yju cant fini elsewhere A few styles on display in our South Window MATCH US IF YOU CAN Standard Gliihing Ce THIESEN BUILDING R K WHITE Watchmaker Manurscturlng JewaiK and Graduate Optician ZO 8 Palifoi Street Pensacola Eli s TERSELY TOLD L A Stevens of Hartford Conn is among the northern visitors now in The city Train Xo 1 arrived about half an hour lat yesterday The northern coanecdoBfc were missed There will be a meeting of the Tour ist Club this afternoon at 2 oclock in the UniverseHst Church L S Brown d Co have moved he...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 22 February 1905

4 I i 114 h i 1 C THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING t FEBRUARY 22 1905 J r Je Ptntna Journal t I Daily Weekly Sunday j PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY I J H I fll t 1 THE JOURNAL COMPANY FRANK L MAYES IPBESIDENT AND GENERAL MAXAGKB i4 MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS i i I SUBSCRIPTION RATES i I One Tear 55 00 One Month 45 i Six Months 2 50 I One Week 10 I I Three Months S 1 25 L Weekly Edition year 51 00 I i Papers on Sale at all News Stands I I THEONLY PENSACOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH A DETAILED CIRCULATION STATEMENT CAN BE SECURED I I Offices 108and 110 EastGovernment Street I TELEPHONE No 38 I 1 L PENSACODA FLORIDAWEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 22 1905 t ARE YOU GETTING ON IN THE WORLD The following from the Birmingham Ledger is so much in line with what I The Journal has frequently said on the same subject that it cannot do better than reproduce it here with full en dorsement of every word and line hilt j In this age of the world a person l who does not go forward actually goes backwa...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 22 February 1905

I I 7 Si r u n yTHE fENSACOUA JOURNAL f j t 4 = 1 a 1 ° I 1 Q 1 rP 11 l cv p z 1s I 1V C g I I I r 1 HIG ZY14ZL21 E 4 CA zz Z r r > BT WALDOS FAWCETT The adage that republics are nagratefal weaN seem to be completely refuted by the moaner la watch the same and fame of George Waabtegton have been com memorated at the American capital It hI no exaggeration to say that ae other here of any age or nation bas bees hon ored se ceaspicaeaely The memory of the drat president of the ratted States has been honored at the scat of the gov ernment winch be cstabHebed with moan BHtats statues and other memorials which call forcefully to mla bis lavatoable serr 1es as citizen a seller sad a stated manFrom From the Atlantic to the Pacific and from the Great Lakes to the Re Grande the name of sMagtee bas been given to baaercds of states towns counties tewasbias mountains rivers aM lakes to say nothing of laae merable streets and LalldtttRs bat It is especially appropriate tttt It sheaM Had Its mo...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 22 February 1905

yak h r hV n I if I i I THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 22 1905 T 1 i A L A v v 1r1I1V4AN1VIyN v v 1 1 SOCIETY PEOPLE AND EVEN T S > Seelll9 Heard amn Done Among R Those Who Qo9 Come nd Tarry By MISS E NELLIE BECK X Telephone No 669 t AA v v 1VWvA vvw AAv AV vv v > A v rv ft WWWVVwVV VVNArfWVWVVS v A v V v fir THE DISTANT HILLS f1 ti ARE ALWAYS STEEP 3 The task that seems so very great From which you daily shrink in tread Will never dwindle while you wait r And wish the way were clear ahead The traveler whose feet have burned On dusty slopes in valleys deep t y And on the rocky heights has learned That olstant hills are always steep The duty that day after day You sadly turn from waiting still And wishing it could fade away Perhaps is like the distant hill The tasks we try so hard to shun Are often found when fourth we i t leap At last wend them quickly done The alstant hills are always steep Why wait when there is work for you Why scan it from afar and sigh I...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 22 February 1905

4 < 4 es THE PENS COlAJOURNAL WEDNESDOpl4ThG JOURNAL FEBRUARY 22 1905 = 7 0 = 4 4 44 fTY 1 44 44 W JWW WA AAWAWAMAA AAAA g 44 44 WVVyVVVuvvvvvvsAAA WWVN MV The Journals Classified Cash Advertisements I OneccntaKord each insertion No advertisement taken tor ess than 2Sc Special rates by the month AA + + SS + o L I FINE TIMBER LANDS ARE BETTER THAN GOLD MINES We have some heavily timbered traots on our list that will prove better investments than gold mines Lumber is bound to advance at a rapid rate with the greatly in creased demand for commercial and railroad uses be side the enormous amount that will be requirod annually I for use on the Panama canal We Solicit Correspondence From Parties interested Pensacola Investment Co A H DALEMBERTE City Manager W H KNOWLES Pres R B SIMPSON Secry J E STILLMAN V P G M KNOWLES HYER Treas REAL ESTATE LOANS GENERAL INVESTMENTS 215 S Palafox St Pensacola Fla WANTED rr n WANTEDto exchange beautiful home 1 acre of land near basks of beautiful Wisc...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 22 February 1905

i I 1 n 3 t r I I I 4 r s ll I J THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 22 1905 k I A Dollars Worth for a SI 1 t J EVERY MAN T IS > ENTITLED TO K I I HIS MONEYS I J WORTH i 4 Just as soon as you decide I that you want the best clothes I FT your money will buy head your f self to our mammoth store and keep your feet working till you get bore i Weve got the right Suits for I you and the great value you i riJ get in fabrics of the highest quality and workmanship of the best tailors In the world is just I like finding clothes money you t always get a dollars worth for t I a dollar Some spring goods al ready here Many more will begin to arrive in a few days 1250 1500 1650 and 1800 will put you in possession of Suits that we guarantee will please you t John White i 4 Outfitter to Men and Boys 205 207 S Palafox Phone 225 MARKETS r Pensacofa Cotton Market a Furnished by C Gunter Elmore F O B Broker Pensacola Fla Feb 21 1905 I S Good middling 71ri I Strict middling H Middling 77...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 23 February 1905

r t l i j if I TEATHER Fair Thursday and z THE Latest Foreign arc mestic WEFrday h g variable winds t 0 u U I 11 News Daily by l i The Assoc a J i Press g VOL VIII PENSACOLA FLORIDA THURSDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 23 1905 S NO 46 t x > 75 BODIES NOW RECOVERED 175 AND MANY I MORE REMAIN FOUL GASES PREVENT WORK FUNERALS WILL BE HELD TODAY The Conditions Grow Worse as Rescurers Advance 1 MINERS UNIONCITY OF BIRMING HAM AND COMMERCIAL CLUB RAISE FUNDS FOR THE DESTI TUTE FAMILIES OF THE VIC TIMS AN INVESTIGATION ORD ER ED By Associated Press Birmingham Feb 2Tke work of T Cuing the bodies of the unfortunate jtims of the Virginia mine distster lid been greatly hindered today by lilt sickening oders of decomposed bids s hick added to the foul gases jiic the water which floods the mine as made the work of rescue almost porible Ip to S oclock tonight 71 bodies Lav1 been recovered Tomorrow will fc a day of funerals at Virginia City B imtr Pratt City and Bnsley An vra supply of coffins has been se...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 23 February 1905

a i 4 R t S 1 w f < b T THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL THURSDAY MORG FEBRUARY 231905 i fx NINE WITNESSES TESTIFY t FOR JUDGE SWAYNE a 10 10it r Continued from First Page 11 j I cowed the full limit of 1000 per day I 1 + clso comes under this head i 1 Thus three of the strongest counts J r t against the judge will be dismissed it the counsel are successful and tf there now seems to be little reason j to doubt that they will be as there I are quite a number of republicans who si < m gladly grasp this opportunity to get rid of the case Higgins and Thurston are two of the brainiest men of the country and Y r although the former is somewhat se I vere In the examination of witnesses i ho contests every point and takes ad vantage of every possible case to be fuddle the governments witnesses House Manager DeArmond and Repre sentative Palmer are also fighting the se stubbornly Y Winter is Lingering v That winter is lingering too long in the Jap of spring was again plain ly In evidence in Washin...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 23 February 1905

s I HURSDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 23 1905 S t 1 C C Goodman Geo ArngPerger STAND JRo CLOTHING GCKPiNY THIESEN BUILDING I I I The ClothesI Question always solved for you cor rH ly and satisfactorily here Jut BOW we are busy getting r our SPRING STOCK but we can always find time to how yow our large and well jetted line of Mens and Boys Dilis and Pants Youll miss it f you fail to see whats doing in our Clothing line this season LET US CLOTHE YOU and we wilt guarantee that you will not get a suit that does not fit you or suit your complexion MATCH US IF YOU CAN Standard Clothing Gi THIESEN BUILDING R K WHITE Watchmaker Manufacturing Jewel and Graduate Optician 10 8 PalAfox Street PenaacoT Fla TERSELY TOLD C P Etmespring of Flomaton Alas w as IB the city on business yesterday Sam Gonzalez returned yesterday from a two weeks absence in Ala bama A L Gould and wife of Mobile were amoag the arrivals in the city y esWday J B Cotter of Winona Minn is a recent addition to the winter colony in this ...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 23 February 1905

c 74 > X r I 1if t1 C THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNINGFEBRUARY 231905 I u t frbt Injafolu Journal Jf i t Daily Weekly Sunday I 1 t PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE JOURNAL COMPANY I i PBAK L MAYES PRESIDENT AD GE2ERAL MAflGEB I i MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS i f SUBSCRIPTION RATES i One 00 One Month 45 Lc Six Months 2 60 1 1 One Week 10 I Three Months 1 25 Weekly Edition iearl 90 It Papers on Sale at all News Stands I THE ONLY PENSACOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH A DETAILED I CIRCULATION STATEMENT CAN BE SECURED p t Ofilces108 and 110 East Government Street TELElPH ONE No 38 PENSAOOIiA FLORIDA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 23 1905 THE CASE OF MR BROWN FORMERLY OF MARION Some months ago the Honorable C M Brown state senator from Marion I on county and late candidate for gov ernor issued an affectionate fare well adddress to the people of good old Marion folded his tent and hied himself over to the little principality of Dado where in the city of Miami ho announced that he intended ...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 23 February 1905

w I I THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL iHURSDAY a L THURSDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 23 1905 I E S ON W B LAMAR EXPLAINS I THE CEMETERY ROAD BILL I IT WILL HAVE TO GO OVER TO i NEXT SESSION BUT HE BE LIEVES IT WILL THEN GO THROUGH WITHOUT MUCH TROUBLE The following correspondence is selfexplanatory House of Representatives US Washington D C February 18 1905 yir Frank L Mayes Editor The Pen sacola Journal Pensacola Fla My Dear 5111 enclose you copy of a Mter from Hon J A T Hull chair man of Committee on Military Affairs House of Representatives This will explain Itself I I have known for some time that it would be very difficult to get the MilitaryCemetery road bill through the house of representatives at this fcesefoa and have hesitated to bring the matter directly before the com mittee for action for lear ot an ad verse roport Such aa adverse report might kilt the bill forever I have been waking to we If a more favor able deposition to the bill would not be exhibited by the committee But OR direct p...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 23 February 1905

t I I c I 41 1 I THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 23 1905 J iAA W VV > AAVV VVVVM AAVSAAA AA A MfLL y v v I v v Yy 4 I is to SOCIETY PEOPLE AND EVENTS I Seeini9 lHIeard and Done Among i w Those Who Go9 Come and Tarry Lwwws4 By MISS E NELLIE BECK JC Telephone No 669 n f J > 7 O J 1 THE CONCERT FOR CHRIST 1 1 1 CHURCH A BRILLIANT SUCCESS I I The concert given under the patron rI I age of Mrs Scarritt Moreno for Christ I Church attracted a cultured and appre I ciative audience that filled Library t HallAmong I Among the excellent features were the four choruses sung by the choir s of Christ Church The Program L Chorus Sir Knight Sir Knight I Oh Whither Away 2 Recitation Callines Wedding Miss White 3 Duett Poet and Peasant Misses I 1 IS and E Moreno 4 Viblin Solo Berceuse Joce 1 I 1ynMiss C L Simpson p 5 Baritone Solo Gypsey Love SongMr Monroe 6 Quartette Annie Laurie Messrs Garfield Anderson Bushnell and Walker Intermission L L Chorus The Sea Hath Its 1 Pearls I 2 ...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 23 February 1905

j I THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 231905 1 J F A V L A A A A P The Journals Classified Cash Advertisements OneccntaKord VV ach insertion C No advertisement taken for less than 25c i Special rates by the month 11 1 A A A A A A A v A I 0 I I FINE TIMBER LANDS ARE BETTER THAN GOLD MINES We have some heavily timbered tracts on our list that will prove better vestments than gold mines Lumber Js bound to advance at a rapid rate with the greatly in creased demand for commercial and railroad uses be 0 sides the enormous amount that will be required annually for use on the Panama canal WeSslicif Correspondence Fnm Parties Interested Pensacola Investment Co A H DALEMBERTE City Manager W H KNOWLES Pres R B SIMPSON Secy J E STILLMAN V P G M KNOWLES HYER Treas REAL ESTATE LOANS GENERAL INVESTMENTS 215 S Palafox St Pensacola Fla WANTED WANTED exchange beautiful home 1 acre of land near banks of beautiful Wisconsin river for Pensa cola home la good repair 120 prop erty Address Mr...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 23 February 1905

LTJ1 C t t 3 4 r < u THE PENSACPLA f OURNL THURSDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 23 t 1905 7 i J c I S A Dollars Worth for a Si EVERY MAN IS I ENTITLED TO HIS MONEYS t j WORTH Ij E Just as soon as you decide that Uou Want the best clothes I your money will buy head your self to our mammoth store and r keep your feet working till you get here I Weve got the right Suits for you and the great value you J get In fabrics of the highest quality and workmanship of the best tailors in the world is just like finding clothes money you always get a dollars worth for 111 dollar Some spring goods al v ready here Many more will begin to arrive In a few days 1250 1500 1650 and 1800 will put you In possession of S Suits that we guarantee will please you n j John White Outfitter to Men and Boys I 11 r 205 207 S Palafox I Phone 225 J 4 MARKETS i Pensacola Cotton Market S Furnished by C Gunter Elmore F S O B Broker i Pensacola Fla Feb 22 1905 Good middling 7 It Strict middling 7fc Middling 7 4 Strict low middl...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 24 February 1905

I WEATHER Fair Friday Rain fr ° ° HE Latest Foreign and Domestic i v VI Friday night Saturday light t 011 t nI 11 News Daily by v 1 I south winds d J 1 O 4 The Associated Press > > 2 VOL VIII PENSACOLA FLORIDA FRIDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 24 905 NO 4 1 EMPEROR WILL CONTINUE WAR TO BITTER END HE CANNOT RE I TREAT JUST NOW THINKS STILL A CHANCE OF VICTORY Fears Public Opinion Worse Than He Does the Japanese DOMESTIC SITUATION IS NOW UNDER CONTROL AND ALL AT TENTION WILL BE CONCEN TRATED ON KUROPATKINS ARMY IN THE ORIENT By Associated Press Berlin Fob 2IThe emperor of Russia has dlected to continue the var varrife pesitfon is absolutely firm and j German cotttt has been advised In Hint eense Toe wr wilt be pressed with the utmost energy the domestic situation bug now wfthiR the control of the authorities Those who have advised pMcc and suggested inquiries for Jap an s terms the French and British governments are for the present silent aDd are likely to remain so unless events of an ex...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 24 February 1905

+ i t r L N L 5 0 i t fIr I THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL FRIDAY MflBING FEBRUARY 24 1905 i > C 1 r I I f LIVES DEAPER THAN OUR VERY OWN I How many lives dearer to us than our very own have been placed in needless t Jeopardy by failure to provide against and forestall the great suffering which too jl frequently accompanies and follows the bearing of children That we would do anything vnthm tour power to obviate the possibility of such an happening is I too patent to admit of question therefore mark well this facta liniment Ii MOTHER FRIEND by name Has been devised whose function it is to prepare in advance the muscles and tissues intimately associated with parturition This liniment is for external application By its use the parts are relaxed S and enabed to withstand not only the actual strain brought to bear on them Lt during ac ouchemct but also to rally from this ordeal and speedily regain their normal proportions and tonicity It is not irritating to the most sensitive sur faces and i...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 24 February 1905

t 1 F t fundr rfaRriGr I rt rrtctif rmnYMorlrmrdr MnknT fly o J C C Goodman Geo Arniperger STANDARD CLOTHING COMMMY THIESEN BUILDING Mothers Dtr t keep your boys bud y maafcood cooped up when I cis te the longpants stage h1 irK pair be of the kin t especially for boys Our Boys rl YUths Clothing Is right I r app < arance style cloth and i z doing Boys I 1 will wear out the best of cloth ing theyd bust armor plate T it any wonder then that poor cheap tclothiug is so worth ics69 0 MAr iiQuSIF YOU CAN I Standard Clothing 0 THIESEN BUILDING I Br WRIGHT S GO Manufacturers ot aid Dealer ia LUMBER LATHS SAWED CYPRE9I SHINGLES AND KILN I DRIED SAPS R K WHITE Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate Optician SC S PaJilox Street Pensacola FLs TERSELY TOLD Advertisers must positively have copy ia by noon today in order to insure insert K > R in Sundays paper Last week several advertisements had to bPP osaitted and several merchants were roneequeatly disappointed just becaaee the copy...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 24 February 1905

L F A c t I j l t IiHE JOURNAL FRJDAkORNING FEB UARY24 1905 FEBRUARY fi THE PENSACOLAJOURNAr FRIDA WIORNING 24 s ¼ Sbe JmjMola JoufnatI Daily Weekly Sunday I PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Jh 1 C BY 1 THE JOURNAL COMPANY 1 PBAHK L MATES PBESIDEXT AND GENERAL MAXAGEB MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I l SUBSCRIPTION RATES One 5 00 One Month 45 f U Six Months 2 50 i 1 One Week 10 I 14 Three Months 1 25 Weekly Edition yearl 00 t Papers on Sale at all News Stands 1 rI 1 THE ONLY PENSACOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH A DETAILED 4 I CIRCULATION STATEMENT CAN BE SECUREp I I Oflces 108 and 110 East Government Street I TELEPHONE No 38 PENSACOLA FLORIDA Oil DAY FEBRUARY 24 1905 OVERNOR JOHNSON t < A STORY OF SUCCESS i The life of the new governor of Minnesota Is one that every boy in the L country may study with profit It w Sis a story of poverty toll success of F Jntflgrity and character ana It stands pout as an example of American pass bilities as conspicuous as it is worthy emulation r An ar...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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